Christie’s Xanadu subsidies add to mounting NJ concerns …  and more

New York /
Apr.April 29, 2011 05:14 PM

1. NJ policymakers concerned over the ramifications of Christie’s Xanadu and Panasonic subsidies
[Crain’s]

2. Pocket listings, or homes for sale without being formally listed, are making a comeback [NYT]
3. Even UES doorman buildings aren’t safe from thieves if residents leave their doors unlocked
[NYT]

4.

Q & A with the president of J.D. Carlisle Development [NYT]

5. Former SI Rep. Guy Molinari says Trump is an S.O.B.
[NYO]

6. Speaking of Trump and cursing, check out how the AP and Reuters reported The Donald’s “tirade of profanity” in Vegas this week [Poynter]
7. Developers of Downtown Brooklyn condo deny a report that they were taken to court over unfinished punchlist items
[Curbed]

8. UWS is quickly catching up to Union Square area in number of yoga studios
[NYPress]

9. US Department of State wants overseas embassy buildings to be better designed, LEED certified
[Media Bistro]

10. Lincoln Square lawn is scheduled to open May 11
[NYT]


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